This minor satisfies the endorsement for English as a second language. This minor prepares students to teach in classrooms where second language students are enrolled. While the bilingual/TESL minor leads to a bilingual education endorsement, the TESL minor leads to the English Language Learners endorsement. Students must complete, or have already completed, one year of study in a foreign or second language or the equivalent (at either the high school or university level).
Full admission into the Professional Education Program is required before enrollment in any of the EDBL courses.
EDBL 492 requires that four (4) required program courses be completed before enrollment.
|EDBL 312, Foundations in Bilingual Education||3|
|EDBL 318, Culture and Curriculum||3|
EDBL 430, Sheltering Instruction for Linguistically
|EDBL 433, Educational Linguistics||3|
|EDBL 438, Teaching English as a Second Language||3|
|EDBL 439, Assessment of Linguistically Diverse Students||3|
|EDBL 440, Development of Literact with Linguistically Diverse Students||3|
|EDBL 492, Practicum (1-15) (Four EDBL courses must be completed before EDBL 492 admission)||3|
|Program approved electives||3|
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